Vivo X Flip Passes 3C Certification, Approved for Network Access and Radio Approval
Vivo is set to release its newest foldable phone, the Vivo X Flip, which is expected to be a sleek design and powerful hardware. Recently, the phone has passed the national 3C quality certification and is approved for network access and radio approval, indicating that it will soon be available in the market.
According to the 3C certification, one of the features of the Vivo X Flip is its support for 44W wired charging, which is a significant upgrade. This will allow users to quickly charge their phone and get back to using it in no time.
The phone is also rumored to be powered by a 3.0GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 processor, coupled with 12GB of RAM, and comes pre-installed with Android 13. The Geekbench database has confirmed that the phone has a single-core score of 1695 and a multi-core score of 4338, indicating that it will offer blazing-fast performance.
The Vivo X Flip is expected to be using LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.2 storage, which are faster and more power-efficient than their predecessors. The phone will feature a 6.8-inch FHD+ 120Hz OLED screen, which will provide a stunning visual experience for users.
The phone is also equipped with a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera, which will allow users to capture stunning photos and videos. The phone is also expected to have a side fingerprint recognition feature, which will provide an added layer of security.
The Vivo X Flip is also rumored to have a square sub-screen, which will display notifications and other information. The phone is built with a 4400mAh battery, which will provide all-day battery life, and supports 44W fast charging, which will allow users to quickly charge the phone when needed. The phone also features stereo speakers, which will provide a superior audio experience for users.